PETER STEFANOPOULOS, owner of Yianni’s in Chatham, the Boat House in Connecticut and co-owner of Four Brothers Pizza, has unveiled his latest dining venture—this time featuring an 11-room inn upstairs. Housed in a 150-year-old Victorian building with striking Morris & Co antique-style wallpaper and elegant furnishings, The Millerton Inn serves up New American and Mediterranean fare with a modern (and local) twist. Farm-to-table dishes, like local braised rabbit pappardelle, have become favorites, alongside the lineup of local meat and fish options.
The Stefanopoulos family, originally from Greece, also owns an olive tree estate that they import olive oil from for the restaurant. Additionally, all of the yogurt, feta cheese and goat cheese are hand-made at the family’s farm in Millerton and are predominately featured on the Sunday brunch menu. Previously the Simmons’ Way Village Inn, “The building itself inspired the creation of the restaurant,” says Director of Operations Eleni Stefanopoulos, the owner’s daughter. “People walk in and see how different it looks and just savor it for a little while.”
The Millerton Inn
53 Main Street, Millerton
Mon-Thu, Sun 11am-9pm
Fri, Sat 11am-10pm